Da Nang - Half-Day Museums and Bridges Tour
Pickup includedFull hotel address incl. room number or house address details are required. Pick-up: Any hotels/private houses in Da Nang City. The time will be a bit different between each pick-up point. Please contact us to provide your location; we will confirm the exact pick-up time.
- Learn about Da Nang's past
- Experience the Quang people's culture
- Be amazed by the city's architecture
Leaving these museums, continue to the Cham Museum. With their roots dating back as far as 192 AD, Vietnam's indigenous Cham people lived an Indian way of life in both culture and language. The Cham Museum in Da Nang is dedicated to this period and the Champa existence which began predominantly in the coastal areas of Vietnam. Housing the largest exhibition of Cham sculpture in the world, the museum displays almost 300 terracotta and stone works of art ranging from the 7th to the 15th centuries.
The next museum is Dong Dinh Museum. The museum is a beautiful and peaceful place to see wonderful works of art and valuable antiques. The owner of the museum is the commendable Artist, Doan Huy Giao who has spent more than 30 years collecting artefacts from across the country and another 10 years on building his privately-owned museum, which is the first of its kind in the central region.
The last stop is Dragon Bridge, a very unique and modern bridge that crosses the Han River from the Bach Dang traffic circle. It provides the shortest road link from Da Nang International Airport to the other main roads in Da Nang city and a direct route to My Khe and Non Nuoc Beach on the eastern edge of the city. The bridge was designed and built in the shape of a dragon which spectacularly breathes fire every Saturday and Sunday night. Then, head to Thuan Phuoc Bridge at Tien Sa Port, another wonderful bridge in Da Nang City.
(Note: Museum of the Fifth Military Zone is not available on Mondays)
- Transfer and transportation as per itinerary
- Entrance fees
- Bottled drinking water
- English-speaking tour guide (other languages available upon request)
- Travel insurance
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses such as shopping, telephone, beverages, etc.